Barrandov’s Medieval Town

The history of the medieval town at the Barrandov Studio dates back - surprisingly - only to 2016. It’s an extensive set constructed on the backlot, originally intended for the filming of the series Knightfall, and was left standing and made available to other filmmakers. One of the main benefits of this “local location” is undoubtedly its size - a total area of more than 160,000 m2, including an artificial rampart and an empty natural horizon without the presence of any disturbing elements. It has been used as a set for such large films as Oliver Twist, The Brothers Grim, Knight’s Tale, The Chronicles of Narnia, and the series Carnival Row. See our short report>